Help! Slackware has lost my SUSE partition!
I run a dual boot machine running Win XP home and SUSE Linux.
I recently decided to try out Slackware 10.1, and managed to get it to install into some unformatted space on my hard drive. I have LILO installled to a boot disk, and can use it to access Slackware or Windows XP.
However, when I remove the disk and boot, the word "GRUB" appears and then the system hangs, so I am effectively "locked out" of my SUSE installation
I would like to either repair GRUB to gain access to my SUSE installation, or add the ability to boot to SUSE into my LILO boot disk
If it's possible, i'd like to wind up with a bootloader installed to my harddrive with the ability to boot to either WinXP, SUSE or Slack
WinXP is /dev/hda1
Slack is /dev/hda6
I believe SUSE is somewhere between those, but I am, not sure